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Lady Elizabeth Madeline Nina Crofton

1919 - 2016

She will be missed by all her family.

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  1. A very inspiring Lady. Very jolly and enjoyed having fun. It was a pleasure to of known Elizabeth and in the short time that we had together I have a lot of good memories which will remain in my thoughts and in my heart forever. I will really miss her with her lovely smile that I got when I walked into her flat. Loved her to bits.

    Sandie Harrison
  2. I will miss my darling Aunt Liz. She was one of a kind. She enjoyed our trip this past January visiting the other Lizzie ( and her family) and two of her great nieces. She will be missed by many friends and family.

  3. much, much missed, and particularly her enjoyment of life. philip

    philip mansel
  4. A wonderful Aunt with great sense of humour – her beautiful smile and bright inquisitive eyes I will never forget. My Thoughts are with her family and friends she were in close contact with.
    xoxoxo Jax

    Jax Warner
  5. To everyone who knew and cherished my Aunt Liz, I offer my deepest condolences for our mutual loss. We were lucky to have her for as long as we did. Aunt Liz was truly a one of a kind person and until recent years when I visited she always made sure that my time was planned and organized. Over the past few years when I would call, she would want to know when I was coming to visit and when I was leaving after a stay, she would want to know when I was coming back. It made me feel so special and almost as though I was the most important person in her universe. She was a great comfort to me when my father died putting aside her loyalty to my mother to offer me sincere solace. After my mother was gone, we had so much fun talking about her childhood and all of her exploits . Although I made light of it to her, though that was hard to get away with, I was incredibly impressed by her deep faith and strong convictions. It really helped me to understand the fabric of the British way of life. Finally, I was so glad to know that those of you who were able to attend her funeral were there to share a last hurrah for my darling Aunt Liz. Thank you for that. I know we can carry her spirit with us but I would rather have had a few more years with her in person.

    Ianthe Warner, niece and daughter of her younger sister Felicité

Service Details

Friday, August 19th 2016 - 11:00am
Church of Lady St Mary, Wareham

Family flowers only please, donations in memory of Elizabeth for the Church of St Martin on the Walls, Wareham.

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